Transaero de­buts Moscow-Delhi flight

Rus­sia’s Transaero Air­lines com­menced its maiden flight to New Delhi on Fe­bru­ary 5, 2015 and op­er­ates twicea-week on the Moscow-Delhi route. Pas­sen­gers ar­riv­ing in Moscow can now take ad­van­tage of con­ve­nient con­nec­tions to var­i­ous other des­ti­na­tions in No

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Be­gin­ning Fe­bru­ary 5, In­dian trav­ellers can look for­ward to reach­ing one of most his­tor­i­cally rich cap­i­tal city of Moscow as Rus­sia’s Transaero Air­lines has com­menced its maiden flight on the Moscow-Delhi route.

The Transaero flight UN543/544, be­tween Moscow and New Delhi, is op­er­ated from fam­ily here as I have been is­sued a mul­ti­ple en­try visa.”

HS Dug­gal, Man­ag­ing Direc­tor, Mi­nar Trav­els (In­dia), the GSA for Transaero in In­dia, said, “Transaero has been com­ing to In­dia for the last 10 years, to Goa and Am­rit­sar. We’re very happy that they've now come to Delhi. We hope to ex­pand the air traf­fic be­tween the two coun­tries and it'll also give a big boost to tourism. The e-Visa fa­cil­ity played an im­por­tant part in the air­line's de­ci­sion to start op­er­a­tions in Delhi.” Dug­gal says, “Our strat­egy is very clear, we want 50 per cent di­rect pas­sen­gers and 50 per cent tran­sit pas­sen­gers. With ex­cel­lent ser­vice and com­pet- itive fares, we think we'll give a very good deal to the public. We are on ma­jor GDA sys­tems, so, the mar­ket­ing will be done through GDA sys­tems. Agents are our pil­lars and they'll sup­port us and we'll give them spe­cial of­fers and in­cen­tives, so that they can push sales of this air­line over other air­lines and the prod­uct, of course, is very good.”

HS Dug­gal

Man­ag­ing Direc­tor Mi­nar Trav­els (In­dia), the GSA for Transaero in In­dia

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